Best Novels Shortlisted For The 2017 Man Booker Prize For Fiction

September 13, 2017


Today the Chair of judges Lola, Baroness Young has announced the shortlist for the 2017 Man Booker Prize for Fiction. The shortlist selected from the longlist of 13 novels and featuring three women and three men, covers a wide range of subjects, from the struggle of a family trying to retain its self-sufficiency in rural England to a love story between two refugees seeking to flee an unnamed city in the throes of civil war.


The judges remarked that the novels, each in its own way, challenge and subtly shift our preconceptions - about the nature of love, about the experience of time, about questions of identity and even death.


Meet the six finalists:



4321 by Paul Auster











History of Wolves by Emily Fridlund











Exit West by Mohsin Hamid











Elmet by Fiona Mozley











Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders











Autumn by Ali Smith










The 2017 winner will be announced on Tuesday 17 October in London’s Guildhall, at a dinner that brings together the shortlisted authors and well-known figures from the literary world. The ceremony will be broadcast by the BBC.


Click here for more info about the Man Booker Prize.



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